Rape Protest Reveals Pain of Central African Republic War
Jan. 30 -- Four young women are seen staging an impromptu protest, claiming they had been raped too many times, as a squad of French peacekeepers in the Central African Republic stand by. The soldiers have prevented clashes between hundreds of Muslim and Christian youths on a bridge over the Ouaka River in the country’s second-biggest city, Bambari. The protest highlights the enduring human toll of a conflict that’s disrupted gold and uranium exploration.
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